According2g.com Presents “Fake T-Shirt Friday”

Posted by The G on April 17, 2015 under The G Spot | Read the First Comment

Photos and T-shirt slogans by G.

Jesus Fucking Christ

Jesus Fucking Christ

Are you sick of being forced by the internet to reminisce on ‘throwback Thursday’ or ‘flashback Friday’?  If so, this post is for you.  I’ve created a line of shirts for #FakeT-ShirtFriday!  A lot of these have ‘naughty’ words, so if that sort of thing offends you – tough shit!  It’s 2015, for fuck’s sake!

'Sup?

‘Sup?

If You See Something, Like Something

If You See Something, Like Something

I'm with fuck face ---->

I’m with fuck face —->

Less Radio More Head

Less Radio More Head

I fucked your boyfriend

I fucked your boyfriend

I fucked your girlfriend

I fucked your girlfriend

Hand Lady!

Emoji Hand Lady!

Just had sex

Just had sex

Flaming Homo

Flaming Homo

Looking?

Looking?

And after the jump, see a few more…

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Lou Reed & Velvet Underground Mural in Brooklyn

Posted by The G on January 22, 2014 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

Photo by G.

Lou Reed Mural

Lou Reed Mural

I saw this mural in Brooklyn recently.  These two ladies are fans of the late Lou Reed as the woman on the left is wearing a “Transformer” T-shirt (and on her fingers, the words “Wild Side” for “Walk on the Wild Side” are tattooed).  The lady on the right is a Velvet Underground fan and she is wearing the iconic Andy Warhol image that is also the cover of The VU’s first album with Nico.  If you know the artist of this cool mural, please let us know in the comments section.

Must Miss “Band”: Icona Pop

Posted by The G on September 26, 2013 under G Reviews | Read the First Comment

Photos via According2g’s Instagram Account.

Icona Pop

Icona Pop

I go to a lot of concerts.  Most “new” bands I go see are based on being open minded and interested to see if a ‘buzz band’ lives up to the hype.  More often than not, I am pleasantly surprised.  If you know me, you will know that I am VERY easy to please.  I want to be entertained.  I want the rocker to do their job and turn a complete stranger (me) into a fan after walking into the concert with little or no knowledge of their music in advance of seeing them right before my eyes.  That is not too much to ask for.  My track record for this formula has resulted on me falling on the ‘love’ side so much more than the ‘dislike’ side, but  occasionally I make a huge error in judgment.  Before you call me a hater for the sake of hating, please send me a list of the concerts you’ve been to in the last 5 years and if it is not more than several hundred a year like I’ve been to, I am discrediting your opinion.  With that being said, I saw Swedish duo Icona Pop at an allegedly sold out show at New York’s Music Hall of Williamsburg on September 25, 2013.  There were scalpers for days outside the venue, unable to unload their tickets and inside the venue, there was ample room to move around, which is not the norm when a show is actually sold out.

Typically when I dislike a show as much as I disliked Icona Pop, I tend not to waste my time and energy by writing a shitty review.  But I just feel like I need to warn you, dear readers, not to waste your money with this band.  First off, calling Icona Pop a ‘band’ is a huge stretch.  Performing to backing tracks, I was not entirely sure if they were singing live, however, hearing their voices crack several times, throughout their paltry hour long set, I am sure the microphones were at least turned on occasionally.

Aino Jawo (on the right in the above picture) pretended to play guitar (it wasn’t plugged into anything) and Caroline Hjelt (on the left in the above picture) pretended to play keyboards while flashing lights did their best to distract the audience from the fact that they paid $25 (plus service fees) to hear their 2 minute mega-hit “I Love It,” which was smartly and obviously the last song of the night.  It looked like people tried to be into the show at first, but once the audience realized that Icona Pop have one good song (and they didn’t even write it), the crowd looked bored and everyone resumed texting instead of watching the show.

The crowd got thinner and thinner as the night wore on because it became apparent early on that “I Love It” would be saved for last and their music was not good enough to satisfy the crowd.  I will say that the lighting was nice and it certainly was a good distraction from focusing on how bad Icona Pop’s music is, but you can see cool lighting on your computer screen and not waste your time trekking out to Brooklyn on a week night to do so!  There were a few botched attempts at crowd sing-a-longs when the audience didn’t appear to get the words right or in time, but it matched the numerous times Icona Pop screwed up the lyrics of their own songs too.  Throughout the whole show, the crowd all but shouted out “One Hit Wonder” after each song, but for those that were left, when they finally got around to playing “I Love It,” the crowd finally came alive.  Unfortunately, it was too little, too late.

Sadly, I felt the merch table was the best part of the show, but I just didn’t envision myself forking out $25 on a shirt that says “I Love It,” when in actuality, I loathed it.  When Icona Flop Pop comes to your town, on what will possibly be the new group’s farewell tour, do yourself a favor and skip it!

Icona Pop - The Merch

Icona Pop – The Merch

The setlist was:

We Got the World /In the Stars / Then We Kiss /Good for You / Girlfriend /New Song /Manners /On the Road Again /Top Rated /Weekend /All Night

Encore: Just Another Night / I Love It

Limited Edition Swag: Beware of Hipsters T-Shirt by Cali Killa

Posted by The G on October 24, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G. T-Shirt by Cali Killa.

Beware of Hipsters T-Shirt

Beware of Hipsters T-Shirt by Cali Killa

Get your limited edition “Beware of Hipsters” T-Shirt today!  These awesome shirts by artist Cali Killa are going fast, so don’t miss your chance to get some great wearable art!  Beware of Hipsters!

Must Have Swag: Homo Riot

Posted by The G on August 5, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Homo Riot.

 

Not Gay As In Happy But Queer as in Fuck You

Not Gay As In Happy But Queer as in Fuck You by Homo Riot

These are two of my latest acquisitions that I am bursting at the seams to show off to the world when I am out and about on my adventures!  As pictured above, a pink tote bag from Homo Riot that says “Not gay as in happy, but queer as in FUCK YOU.”  Below, a “Homo Duo” T-shirt from Homo Riot.

Homo Riot T-Shirt

Homo Riot T-Shirt from The Site Unscene

Where can you get this extra cool swag that will get you lots of looks when you are struttin’ down the streets of your city?  The Site Unscene!  They don’t just offer great stuff from Homo Riot either.  Other artists featured include many artists you’ve seen on According2g.com including Kophns One, Zombie, 2wenty, The Status Faction, Destroy All Design, Insurgency Inc., and Leba.  A lot of the products are limited run items so don’t miss your chance to acquire wearable art.  Visit The Site Unscene now!

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